An Alternative Way To Clean Your LPs And Vinyl Record Collection

I was browsing one of my daily favorite personal sites called Life Hacker, and came across an interesting article for all DJs, vinyl aficionados, and people who have a digging in the crates fetish like me. This article is about the most effective and unorthodox way to clean your records completely by using wood glue! I have yet to try this trick, but it makes absolute perfect sense to me.

This practical technique is similar to the pore cleansing masking and facials ever so fond of beauticians and cosmetologists alike.

What you are about to read and witness may sound crazy, but test it out on a wack single like Crack Killed Applejack or the soundtrack to Rappin’. If it works for you and your music sounds great then why not try this on your entire collection.

For further information on cleaning your vinyl, read this article for yourself! The records appear shiny, brand new fresh out of the sleeve!

Enjoy!

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3 Responses to “An Alternative Way To Clean Your LPs And Vinyl Record Collection”

  1. As soon as I saw the title of the post I knew you had to be talking about wood glue hahaha Has anybody actually tried yet? And yo what 's up with dissin Rappin? “Itchin for Scratch” is a classic Force MD's track. I still have the 12″. Well not classic but it does have some good samples to cut. lol

    Plus I'm San Bernardino General Kane's hometown. That song wasn't great but it was cool at the time. Check the youtube comments many heads have fond memories of the joint. I wouldn't call it wack just dated.

  2. Bro, thanks for the shout! I love Dome Shots. The bits and pieces keep
    the ill vibes running.

    Yo, man I just hope nobody sniffs the wood glue. You know you got some
    heads out there who are on some huffin' tip.

    Itchin' for a scratch was the best cut on the whole soundtrack no doubt,
    but Rappin was just saaad. I wrote about it on 5 Worst So Called Hip Hop
    Movies Of All Time. Rappin came in second. You will find #1 is the
    obvious choice.

    I just did not like Crack Killed Apple Jack back in HS. It was trying
    too hard. General Kane needed lessons from Fat Back band to swing that
    correct. But memorable nonetheless for me to bring it up.

    Peace Brother.

  3. Bro, thanks for the shout! I love Dome Shots. The bits and pieces keep
    the ill vibes running.

    Yo, man I just hope nobody sniffs the wood glue. You know you got some
    heads out there who are on some huffin' tip.

    Itchin' for a scratch was the best cut on the whole soundtrack no doubt,
    but Rappin was just saaad. I wrote about it on 5 Worst So Called Hip Hop
    Movies Of All Time. Rappin came in second. You will find #1 is the
    obvious choice.

    I just did not like Crack Killed Apple Jack back in HS. It was trying
    too hard. General Kane needed lessons from Fat Back band to swing that
    correct. But memorable nonetheless for me to bring it up.

    Peace Brother.

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